Strength to Strength will occasionally host a Talk to offer kingdom ministries an opportunity to share how the greater community of Jesus’ followers can contribute.
- Kingdom Opportunities 2022 – part 1
- Kingdom Opportunities 2022 – part 2 (this talk)
If you lead a ministry that you’d like to have represented, please contact us to discuss.
Strength to Strength welcomed five brothers on an off-Saturday to introduce and discuss ministry opportunities in 2022.
Do you not say, “There are still four months and then comes the harvest”? Behold, I say to you, lift up your eyes and look at the fields, for they are already white for harvest!John 4:35 NKJV
Our goal with these updates is to raise awareness of ministry opportunities around the world, and also to serve as inspiration for you to seek out opportunities for outreach in your area.
An interactive question-and-answer period follows.
To contact any of these brothers, you may email us for contact information, or follow the link to their ministry in the bios below.
James Yoder has been with Christian Aid Ministries for fifteen years; five years as a missionary in Liberia, Africa, and ten years at the CAM headquarters in Berlin, Ohio where he is currently employed. In his talk, James speaks about CAM’s Biblical Discipleship Centers program.
He and his wife Lucrecia have seven children and reside in Bakersville, OH. He is a minister at Salem Amish Mennonite Church.
Leon Smith is in Wisconsin, organizing efforts with Anabaptist Refugee Committee, and encouraging networking among local churches to bring the Gospel to those who have not heard the Good News.
Bryant Martin is the founder of Sowers Harvest Café in State College, Pennsylvania. Besides accomplishing their mission of “naturally healthy cuisine served with a ❤ of welcome,” they also host monthly “Cultural Nights” where an international friend shares about their country and culture.
Bryant is married to Lynelle, and together they have six children. They are a part of the Followers of Jesus congregation, also in State College, where they are active church-builders.
Jaran Miller is a resident of Pennsylvania and a native of Tennessee. He serves on the executive committee for Anabaptist Perspectives, an organization that uses digital media to encourage allegience to Jesus’ sacrificial kingdom. He enjoys life with his wife Sara. They are members of Meadville Mennonite Chapel.
Ernest Eby leads an array of church building initiatives. Besides this new initiative of LifeQuest, he is also the director of the Church Planters’ Forum which offers resources and seminars. In addition, he leads Plain News which offers an email subscription of filtered news.
Ernest is married to Cathy, and have two children. They are a part of the Followers of Jesus congregation in State College, where they are active church-builders.
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